Mrs Robinson was presented with the award for her outstanding teaching of personal, social and health education (PSHE) and said she was shocked when she was called on stage during a special assembly.
“I was absolutely overwhelmed and also really appreciative having my job recognised- I just see it as my everyday job,” she said.
“The actual award was given for teaching PSHE and I see happiness and wellbeing of the children as a necessity for them to learn well. It is an amazing way to end the year.
“We are a school where PSHE is ingrained in our motto- ‘Care, Grow, and Shine’- it is really about ensuring every child is happy and that they will go on to learn and be prepared for the outside world. We see every child as an individual with a different talent. We want to seek out their passion so each child can be successful.”
Mrs Alison Moxham nominated Mrs Robinson and said she deserved the award.
“Kristen is passionate about PSHE teaching and strives for the best for all pupils through her direct teaching and that of other teachers,” she said.
“She leads the area in an inspirational and determined way and is always available for pupils who want to chat and actually seeks out vulnerable pupils to offer support and motivation to be better and always wears a smile.”
Kelly Griffiths is the awards organiser for the awards and added: “We were delighted to present the award to Mrs Robinson for her amazing work.
“This award is given for outstanding contribution- and Mrs Robison has certainly proved she is among the teachers who are at the highest standards in the profession- well done to a brilliant teacher.”